CROMER (CROss-document Main Events and entities Recognition), is a tool for cross-document coreference
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CROMER: a Tool for Cross-Document Event and Entity Coreference

CROMER (CROss-document Main Events and entities Recognition) is a novel web-based tool to manually annotate event and entity coreference across clusters of documents. The tool has been developed so as to handle large collections of documents, perform collaborative annotation (several annotators can work on the same clusters), and enable the linking of the annotated data to external knowledge sources. Given the availability of semantic information encoded in Semantic Web resources, this tool is designed to support annotators in linking entities and events to DBPedia and Wikipedia, so as to facilitate the automatic retrieval of additional semantic information. In this way, event modelling and chaining is made easy, while guaranteeing the highest interconnection with external resources.

Authors: Christian Girardi, Manuela Speranza, Rachele Sprugnoli, Sara Tonelli

Affiliation: Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK)

The CROMER's manual will be available soon.